One of the scooter regarding GT’s market bets on a 2nd generation that receives a new overall design, as well as improvements in the engine, transmission and clutch. Its will still have the 3 sequential shift modes.
Its output to the market in 2002 was a revolution and has consolidated its position as the benchmark, offering high levels of comfort and quality.
For the new 2013 Burgman 650 Executive, Suzuki has redesigned the body to make it more close and lightweight, while maintaining the comfort and always aerodynamic protection. The optics are new invoice and incorporate LEDs.
On the other hand, it has made a thorough job on the engine (twin scheme maintains transmission and reducing consumption and improving ride comfort) thanks to a new electronic management system and automatic transmission (CVT) with new clutch minimizes friction and improves fuel economy. The 2013 Suzuki Burgman continues to maintain one of its hallmarks, ie sequential change with three operating modes: manual, automatic and automatic Eco Sport.
A new analog-digital instrumentation, electrically adjustable screen, the large capacity (two helmets under the seat and triple glove) and ABS brakes complete floating equipment that continues to set the standard within the grand touring scooter.